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Submitted by Jim Hawking 866d ago | review

One Month Later Review - Borderlands 2

When the original Borderlands came out in 2009, many people praised the game’s charming cell shaded world, Diablo style loot system, and wide variety of weapons. However, Borderlands’ nearly non-existent story, occasionally repetitive gameplay, and awkward item management system held it back from being a classic. Three years later, developers Gearbox have a second chance with Borderlands 2, a direct canonical sequel to the original. Promising “Trillions of Guns” and a new and improved story, did Gearbox open the holiday season with a bang or a misfire? (Borderlands 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 5/5

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